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Māori hold a third of NZ’s fishing interests, but as the ocean warms and fish migrate, these rights don't move with them

By Maui Hudson, Associate Professor, Director of Te Kotahi Research Institute, University of Waikato
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For many Māori, fisheries are the most significant assets. Any geographical shift in fish stocks will have major implications for their commercial seafood interests.The Conversation

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